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Security: Introduction to Virtual Network Computing

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The features of VNC and why you need it...
At the beginning of 1999 AT&T acquired the Olivetti Research Laboratory and carried on with the work on VNC. As explained on AT&T web-site, the name VNC comes from the original development of very-thin-client ATM network computers and "because the VNC viewer is a software-only version of this ATM Network Computer, and so provides workstations which can be created or deleted at will, we named the system Virtual Network Computing."

To use VNC, you need a network TCP/IP connection, a vncserver and a vncviewer to connect to the machine running the vncserver.
 read more | mail this link | score:6834 | -Ray, July 18, 2000 (Updated: August 18, 2003)
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